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One former NASA researcher called the product from Gwyneth Paltrow's company a "load of BS."
Hurry up and grab your lawn chairs. It's going to be a huge light show.
Viewers on the East Coast in June will be treated to brightly-hued artificial clouds.
It has gathered a ton of data, too.
The satellite will measure the rotation, acceleration and magnetosphere of the Earth.
There could possibly be life on Saturn's moon Enceladus.